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Warns of the threats to personal freedom and individuality posed by armies, intelligence agencies, psychiatrists, prison officials, and others who use mind-control techniques.

by Alan W. Scheflin, Edward M. Opton. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780448229775 (978-0-448-22977-5) Hardcover, Paddington Press, 1978.

These and other fundamental questions are systematically addressed. The book's detailed examination of both investigative and therapeutic hypnosis identifies common legal pitfalls and ways to avoid them.

29773/?tag prabook0b-20. These and other fundamental questions are systematically addressed. Receiving special attention are those actions that can jeopardize the admissibility of a client's testimony. Considered here are the ever-evolving standards of admissibility governing evidence acquired with the aid of hypnosis.

Scheflin, Alan W. & Opton, Edward M. Jr. Published by Paddington Press, London (1978). ISBN 10: 0709207301 ISBN 13: 9780709207306.

Jr, Alan W. Opton (1978). New York: Paddington Press. ISBN 978-0-448-22977-5. Schizophrenia: pathogenetic theories". International Journal of Psychiatry.

American Family Physician 15 (2):80-83. Shupe, Anson and David Bromley 1979 "The Moonies and the anti-cultists: Movement and countermovement in conflict. Soci Analysis 40:325-334. 1980a The New Vigilantes. Beverly Hills, California: Sage. 1980b "A role theory of interpretation of deprogramming.

Warns of the threats to personal freedom and individuality posed by armies, intelligence agencies, psychiatrists, prison officials, and others who use mind-control techniques

The Mind Manipulators: A Non-fiction Account epub download

ISBN13: 978-0448229775

ISBN: 0448229773

Author: Alan W. Scheflin

Category: Medical Books

Subcategory: Psychology

Language: English

Publisher: Paddington Press; 1st edition (July 1, 1978)

Pages: 539 pages

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Jediathain
I have not finished this book, but what I have read so far is excellent. This is an older book compared to what is out now for info but this book still has value in revealing what was known then in the 70s, I think it was. Years later, much more would be revealed as existing at this time. Sheflin has some real nuggets. Often it is how something is expressed that can really drive home an understanding. He talked about how effective sensory deprivation was in programming minds or re-programming them. Better than torture. I had not come across that idea in later books that revealed more of Scheflin's time for technology. If you want to broaden and deepen your understanding, this book is not really that outdated and it is affordable, too. I recommend it!
Jediathain
I have not finished this book, but what I have read so far is excellent. This is an older book compared to what is out now for info but this book still has value in revealing what was known then in the 70s, I think it was. Years later, much more would be revealed as existing at this time. Sheflin has some real nuggets. Often it is how something is expressed that can really drive home an understanding. He talked about how effective sensory deprivation was in programming minds or re-programming them. Better than torture. I had not come across that idea in later books that revealed more of Scheflin's time for technology. If you want to broaden and deepen your understanding, this book is not really that outdated and it is affordable, too. I recommend it!
Ger
_The Mind Manipulators_ by Alan W. Scheflin and Edward M. Opton, Jr., published in 1978, is a fascinating account of the technologies of mind manipulation that are being used to subvert man's freedom and reduce him to a slave of his manipulators. Although somewhat dated, this book nevertheless remains very important for those who wish to understand the technological advances which have made possible mind manipulation and mind control on a massive scale. The book looks at cases of mind control including "brainwashing" and psychiatric coercion, emphasizing especially the role of individuals in the government who have sought to control the masses through these methods. The book also shows the use of mind manipulation among individuals deemed "efficiency experts", for police surveillance, and in the prison system. The book is neatly divided into chapters with titles such as the following:

Assaulting the Mind: The Rise of Mind Manipulation - provides an overview of the rise of mind manipulation, emphasizing its beginnings among "efficiency experts", including remarks on the Moscow Show Trials, and the CIA's role in mind control experimentation.

Laundering the Mind: Brainwashing - begins by examining the brainwashing phenomenon within communist countries, including the supposed brainwashing of Korean POWs, the brainwashing of Cardinal Mindszenty, and the emphasis on both Soviet and Chinese brainwashing. Also, this chapter includes a discussion of Charles Manson (arguing that his control over his followers was not actual brainwashing), the rise of religious cults (showing the role of cult deprogrammers and the conflict between freedom of religion and "freedom of thought"), and Patty Hearst (arguing that she was not actually brainwashed). In particular, there is evidence to suggest that Charles Manson was influenced heavily by such cultlike systems as Scientology and Dale Carnegie's courses, as well as science fiction writer Robert Heinlein. The authors conclude that the concept of brainwashing may itself be a form of mind manipulation.

Tampering with the Mind (I): The CIA - emphasizes the role of the CIA in unethical experiments on mind control, under such programs as Project BLUEBIRD and MK-ULTRA. The authors provide evidence to show that the CIA experimented heavily on various mind control techniques, particularly emphasizing the use of LSD and marijuana to induce mental states in individuals supposedly facilitating mind control. The authors show some of the harm that arose from these programs including the death of Frank Olson, who was given LSD without his knowledge which may have led to his suicide, and the horrendously unethical drug experiments of George Hunter White, a narcotics officer who experimented with drugs, giving them to unsuspecting individuals through surreptitious methods.

Tampering with the Mind (II): The Army - the authors fully discuss the role of the U.S. Army in mind manipulation especially unethical experimentation with LSD. The authors note the role of the CIA in many of these projects and show the harm they caused including torture of individuals and permanent mental problems for those concerned.

Ruling the Mind: The Marriage of Politics and Science - the authors show how mind manipulation arose from a philosophy which viewed man as a machine, emphasizing the worldview of behaviorism beginning with such individuals as the Russian scientist Pavlov. The authors also discuss the development of the CIA and the role of the CIA in politics. Indeed, the CIA may have attempted to develop mind manipulation technology so as to effectively compete with the Soviets who were believed to already have this technology. This led to a whole host of unethical experimentats.

Amputating the Mind: Lobotomy - the authors discuss the use of psychosurgery as a supposed answer to mental disorder. The authors show how the lobotomy procedure became commonplace and easy to perform on many patients at a time. The authors also show the danger of this procedure and its resulting in permanent brain damage.

Pruning the Mind: The New Psychosurgery - the authors discuss the role of psychosurgeries within psychology including especially stereotaxic procedures. The authors show the harm that these surgeries have caused, including permanent brain damage, as well as their potential use as a form of mind manipulation and political control.

Rewiring the Mind: Electrical Stimulation of the Brain - the authors discuss the stimoreceiver, an invention of Dr. Jose Delgado, who allegedly used this technology to directly control moods through remote control and stopped a bull from charging with a remote control device implanted in its brain.

Blowing the Mind: Electroconvulsive Shock - the authors discuss the harm and brain damage that may result from ECT therapy, and the use of this therapy as a panacea for all mental ills.

Castrating the Mind: Sex Control - the authors discuss the use of castration as a means of control, including both actual castration, brain castration, and chemical castration. The authors discuss the unethical nature of this treatment.

Robotizing the Mind: The Quest for the Manchurian Candidate - the authors discuss the CIA's alleged attempt to create the perfect mind control assassin. Based on the novel _The Manchurian Candidate_ of Richard Condon, the authors show how the CIA was involved in projects aimed to create a perfect mind controlled robot. The authors discuss the case of Candy Jones, who allegedly was mind manipulated by the CIA. The authors also discuss the supposed role of the CIA in such political assassins as Sirhan Sirhan. In addition, the authors discuss the role of hypnosis and the attempt to create multiple personalities in individuals using hypnotic techniques. While the authors conclude that in theory such creation is not possible, they note that it may still have been tried by the CIA and resulted in much harm.

Asserting the Mind: Repudiating the Mind Manipulators - the authors note the use of propaganda and electronic surveillance as a means to control. The authors repudiate the mind manipulators and argue that it is necessary to assert oneself in order to fully overcome their control and make self-governance a real possibility.
Ger
_The Mind Manipulators_ by Alan W. Scheflin and Edward M. Opton, Jr., published in 1978, is a fascinating account of the technologies of mind manipulation that are being used to subvert man's freedom and reduce him to a slave of his manipulators. Although somewhat dated, this book nevertheless remains very important for those who wish to understand the technological advances which have made possible mind manipulation and mind control on a massive scale. The book looks at cases of mind control including "brainwashing" and psychiatric coercion, emphasizing especially the role of individuals in the government who have sought to control the masses through these methods. The book also shows the use of mind manipulation among individuals deemed "efficiency experts", for police surveillance, and in the prison system. The book is neatly divided into chapters with titles such as the following:

Assaulting the Mind: The Rise of Mind Manipulation - provides an overview of the rise of mind manipulation, emphasizing its beginnings among "efficiency experts", including remarks on the Moscow Show Trials, and the CIA's role in mind control experimentation.

Laundering the Mind: Brainwashing - begins by examining the brainwashing phenomenon within communist countries, including the supposed brainwashing of Korean POWs, the brainwashing of Cardinal Mindszenty, and the emphasis on both Soviet and Chinese brainwashing. Also, this chapter includes a discussion of Charles Manson (arguing that his control over his followers was not actual brainwashing), the rise of religious cults (showing the role of cult deprogrammers and the conflict between freedom of religion and "freedom of thought"), and Patty Hearst (arguing that she was not actually brainwashed). In particular, there is evidence to suggest that Charles Manson was influenced heavily by such cultlike systems as Scientology and Dale Carnegie's courses, as well as science fiction writer Robert Heinlein. The authors conclude that the concept of brainwashing may itself be a form of mind manipulation.

Tampering with the Mind (I): The CIA - emphasizes the role of the CIA in unethical experiments on mind control, under such programs as Project BLUEBIRD and MK-ULTRA. The authors provide evidence to show that the CIA experimented heavily on various mind control techniques, particularly emphasizing the use of LSD and marijuana to induce mental states in individuals supposedly facilitating mind control. The authors show some of the harm that arose from these programs including the death of Frank Olson, who was given LSD without his knowledge which may have led to his suicide, and the horrendously unethical drug experiments of George Hunter White, a narcotics officer who experimented with drugs, giving them to unsuspecting individuals through surreptitious methods.

Tampering with the Mind (II): The Army - the authors fully discuss the role of the U.S. Army in mind manipulation especially unethical experimentation with LSD. The authors note the role of the CIA in many of these projects and show the harm they caused including torture of individuals and permanent mental problems for those concerned.

Ruling the Mind: The Marriage of Politics and Science - the authors show how mind manipulation arose from a philosophy which viewed man as a machine, emphasizing the worldview of behaviorism beginning with such individuals as the Russian scientist Pavlov. The authors also discuss the development of the CIA and the role of the CIA in politics. Indeed, the CIA may have attempted to develop mind manipulation technology so as to effectively compete with the Soviets who were believed to already have this technology. This led to a whole host of unethical experimentats.

Amputating the Mind: Lobotomy - the authors discuss the use of psychosurgery as a supposed answer to mental disorder. The authors show how the lobotomy procedure became commonplace and easy to perform on many patients at a time. The authors also show the danger of this procedure and its resulting in permanent brain damage.

Pruning the Mind: The New Psychosurgery - the authors discuss the role of psychosurgeries within psychology including especially stereotaxic procedures. The authors show the harm that these surgeries have caused, including permanent brain damage, as well as their potential use as a form of mind manipulation and political control.

Rewiring the Mind: Electrical Stimulation of the Brain - the authors discuss the stimoreceiver, an invention of Dr. Jose Delgado, who allegedly used this technology to directly control moods through remote control and stopped a bull from charging with a remote control device implanted in its brain.

Blowing the Mind: Electroconvulsive Shock - the authors discuss the harm and brain damage that may result from ECT therapy, and the use of this therapy as a panacea for all mental ills.

Castrating the Mind: Sex Control - the authors discuss the use of castration as a means of control, including both actual castration, brain castration, and chemical castration. The authors discuss the unethical nature of this treatment.

Robotizing the Mind: The Quest for the Manchurian Candidate - the authors discuss the CIA's alleged attempt to create the perfect mind control assassin. Based on the novel _The Manchurian Candidate_ of Richard Condon, the authors show how the CIA was involved in projects aimed to create a perfect mind controlled robot. The authors discuss the case of Candy Jones, who allegedly was mind manipulated by the CIA. The authors also discuss the supposed role of the CIA in such political assassins as Sirhan Sirhan. In addition, the authors discuss the role of hypnosis and the attempt to create multiple personalities in individuals using hypnotic techniques. While the authors conclude that in theory such creation is not possible, they note that it may still have been tried by the CIA and resulted in much harm.

Asserting the Mind: Repudiating the Mind Manipulators - the authors note the use of propaganda and electronic surveillance as a means to control. The authors repudiate the mind manipulators and argue that it is necessary to assert oneself in order to fully overcome their control and make self-governance a real possibility.
Buridora
This is an important book but obviously it is dated and quite WRONG in many of its conclusions as to MKUltra/Mind Control reality. The authors are obviously very naive about the REAL WORLD of secret socities, Illuminati NWO psychopaths and sadomasichistic war mongers. Multiple personality has been around since at least since the Pharoahs and their hypno-programmed high priests which used ritual and human sacrifice/drugs etc for "initiation" into the mystery school tradition. This is not covered here. Regardless modern scientific mind control is linked to the occult intimately and started with the concentration camp as invented by the awful bloody British in the Boer War. Tavistock Institute is NOT discussed at all, nor is Lewins Topological Psychology(control the environment of the "subjects"). The Nazis conducted mass experiments in their concentration camps under Mengele who was active in the USA after the war in China Lake and other places. And this was before Cathy O'Brien, Brice Taylor, Fritz Springmeier, Aquino and a whole bunch of other people exposed this as well.

This book simply can't put together the pieces or ignores HUGE parts of the pieces like the secret societies(Freemasons,Illuminati, Assassins, JESUITS) and only barely mentions the work of others like Delgado. It also completely overlooks the electronic ELF aspects which ARE FACT not fiction. Another problem with this book is that it trusts, naively, government and those doctors working for the government(Illuminati) to tell the truth, balderdash. The highest technology NEVER makes its way to the popular conciousness because those who have it hide it. This includes weather manipulation, HAARP, Mind Control, flying saucers(electrogravitics), human cloning and DNA experiments done in underground military bases, real interplanetary space travel(not phony hollywood Apollo hoaxes), Dope Inc, etc. This is a WHOLE picture not a piecewise conspiracy.

However this book does an excellent job of exposing the "Rockefeller Medecine Men" or doctors in service of profit or simply ignorant or quacks. Medical ethics are NON-EXISTENT in modern society as set up by Luciferian Illuminati psychopaths. Everyone is living in a huge programming environment filled with propaganda, misinformation and debased false "education" as dictated by the Bankster(Central Banks. Federal Rothschild Reserve) Governments we are all slaves to. There are GROWN MEN whose whole validation is over a baseball/basketball/football team or season and others whose whole validation is Hollywood entertainment. Hamsters in a wheel.

Now this is a well written and measured account of the dangers of doctors and those they serve without even knowing it. It also presents the SCARY reality of prisons and those who run them. As far as a verdict on mind control it is completely WRONG.
Buridora
This is an important book but obviously it is dated and quite WRONG in many of its conclusions as to MKUltra/Mind Control reality. The authors are obviously very naive about the REAL WORLD of secret socities, Illuminati NWO psychopaths and sadomasichistic war mongers. Multiple personality has been around since at least since the Pharoahs and their hypno-programmed high priests which used ritual and human sacrifice/drugs etc for "initiation" into the mystery school tradition. This is not covered here. Regardless modern scientific mind control is linked to the occult intimately and started with the concentration camp as invented by the awful bloody British in the Boer War. Tavistock Institute is NOT discussed at all, nor is Lewins Topological Psychology(control the environment of the "subjects"). The Nazis conducted mass experiments in their concentration camps under Mengele who was active in the USA after the war in China Lake and other places. And this was before Cathy O'Brien, Brice Taylor, Fritz Springmeier, Aquino and a whole bunch of other people exposed this as well.

This book simply can't put together the pieces or ignores HUGE parts of the pieces like the secret societies(Freemasons,Illuminati, Assassins, JESUITS) and only barely mentions the work of others like Delgado. It also completely overlooks the electronic ELF aspects which ARE FACT not fiction. Another problem with this book is that it trusts, naively, government and those doctors working for the government(Illuminati) to tell the truth, balderdash. The highest technology NEVER makes its way to the popular conciousness because those who have it hide it. This includes weather manipulation, HAARP, Mind Control, flying saucers(electrogravitics), human cloning and DNA experiments done in underground military bases, real interplanetary space travel(not phony hollywood Apollo hoaxes), Dope Inc, etc. This is a WHOLE picture not a piecewise conspiracy.

However this book does an excellent job of exposing the "Rockefeller Medecine Men" or doctors in service of profit or simply ignorant or quacks. Medical ethics are NON-EXISTENT in modern society as set up by Luciferian Illuminati psychopaths. Everyone is living in a huge programming environment filled with propaganda, misinformation and debased false "education" as dictated by the Bankster(Central Banks. Federal Rothschild Reserve) Governments we are all slaves to. There are GROWN MEN whose whole validation is over a baseball/basketball/football team or season and others whose whole validation is Hollywood entertainment. Hamsters in a wheel.

Now this is a well written and measured account of the dangers of doctors and those they serve without even knowing it. It also presents the SCARY reality of prisons and those who run them. As far as a verdict on mind control it is completely WRONG.
Boraston
While the book is not dealing with current issues of behavior modification, there are enough cases presented and enough sources cited to prove behavior modification is a reality. Every aspect is covered in a thorough manner from covert mind control to subtle overt society changes to Chemical Biological Warfare.

I really enjoyed the sections dealing with deliberate government intervention in modifying the countries outlook on the cold war. It not only showed that the cold war was fabricated, but that it was invented for malicious reasons.

A fascinating piece of work, well documented and well written. I wish there were more like it for current issues of a more covert nature.

Milton Bernheisel
Boraston
While the book is not dealing with current issues of behavior modification, there are enough cases presented and enough sources cited to prove behavior modification is a reality. Every aspect is covered in a thorough manner from covert mind control to subtle overt society changes to Chemical Biological Warfare.

I really enjoyed the sections dealing with deliberate government intervention in modifying the countries outlook on the cold war. It not only showed that the cold war was fabricated, but that it was invented for malicious reasons.

A fascinating piece of work, well documented and well written. I wish there were more like it for current issues of a more covert nature.

Milton Bernheisel